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RtI 2013-2014 July 29, 2014

RtI 2013-2014 July 29, 2014

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  1. RtI 2013-2014July 29, 2014

  2. RtI Is… A General Education Data-Driven Process or System that Provides Instructional Intervention in Reading, Mathematics, and/or Behavior immediately according to Student Need

  3. RtI Is… An Alternative Approach to the Well-Known Aptitude-Achievement Discrepancy Model used for the Diagnosis of a Specific Learning Disability (SLD)

  4. RtI Is… A Process that Determines if the Student Responds to Research-Based or Evidence-Based Instruction and Intervention as Part of the Evaluation Procedures.

  5. RtI Is NOT… A Pre-Referral System An Individual Teacher A Classroom

  6. RtI Is NOT… A Special Education Program or Process An Added Period of Reading Instruction A Separate, Stand-Alone Initiative

  7. Universal Screeners • Describe services offered

  8. AIMSweb Fall Screening Window August 1-29, 2014 • Tests of Early Literacy (TEL) • Tests of Early Numeracy (TEN) • Reading Curriculum-Based Measurement (RCBM) • Reading Comprehension (MAZE) • Mathematics Concepts & Applications (MCAP) • Mathematics Computation (MCOMP)

  9. It’s About Time! • TEL – 4 minutes (1st only) • TEN – 4 minutes (1st only) • RCBM – 3 minutes (1st-8th) • MAZE – 3 minutes (2nd-9th) • MCAP – 8 or 10 minutes (2nd -9th) (8 minutes for Grades 2-6; 10 minutes for grades 7-12) • MCOMP – 8 minutes (1st-9th)

  10. It’s About Time! IT’S YOUR TURN!!!!

  11. Spring District Screening Data RCBM MAZE 1st Grade = 57% (1037) 2nd Grade = 39% (735) 3rd Grade = 58% (1089) 4th Grade = 55% (986) 5th Grade = 45% (810) 1st Grade = 43% (851) 2nd Grade = 40% (723) 3rd Grade = 46% (843) 4th Grade = 46% (802) 5th Grade = 43% (737) *Percentages reflect students below the 25th percentile when compared to same age and grade level peers nationally.

  12. Spring District Screening Data RCBM MAZE 6th Grade = 58% (781) 7th Grade = 55% (668) 8th Grade = 54% (718) 9th Grade = 48% (393) 6th Grade = 42% (457) 7th Grade = 43% (474) 8th Grade = 41% (434) 9th Grade = n/a *Percentages reflect students below the 25th percentile when compared to same age and grade level peers nationally.

  13. Spring District Screening Data MCAP MCOMP 1st Grade = 30% (619) 2nd Grade = 26% (484) 3rd Grade = 34% (635) 4th Grade = 25% (446) 5th Grade = 26% (474) 1st Grade = N/A 2nd Grade = 29% (549) 3rd Grade = 49% (932) 4th Grade = 45% (807) 5th Grade = 41% (739) *Percentages reflect students below the 25th percentile when compared to same age and grade level peers nationally.

  14. Spring District Screening Data MCAP MCOMP 6th Grade = 41% (573) 7th Grade = 35% (444) 8th Grade = 36% (488) 9th Grade = 38% (182) 6th Grade = 58% (787) 7th Grade = 46% (612) 8th Grade = 55% (746) 9th Grade = 54% (260) *Percentages reflect students below the 25th percentile when compared to same age and grade level peers nationally.

  15. RtI Has become the national model for successfully reaching students when they are just beginning to fall behind expected benchmarks and providing appropriate supports and interventions at increasing levels of intensity.

  16. Important Information When the general education, or Tier 1 instruction, in the district is solid and done with fidelity, 80-90% of our students will experience SUCCESS!  The RtI process involves: 1. Identification of Struggling Students (both academically and/or behaviorally) 2. Diagnosis of Specific Learning Gaps and/or Deficits 3. Creating Plan for Interventions & Goal Setting 4. Providing Appropriate Interventions (with integrity and fidelity) 5.Progress Monitoring 6. Data Analysis & Student Outcomes

  17. RtI/SST Protocol • ID students at/below 25th percentile • ID criteria for moving from T1-T2 • ID students with four (4) or more ODRs

  18. RtI/SST Protocol • ID Potential Patterns or Trends in Data and Reflect on Possible Root Causes and Implications • How do you plan to monitor effective RtI in your building?

  19. Q & A Individual school RtI/SST teams may request meetings with RtI Coordinator as needed during the year.